Anchor Boston

Worship Gatherings | Sundays 5:00pm

41 Berkeley St., Boston


A Community to Call Home



Core Values

Accepting - A Home For All

Reaching - A Hope For All

Growing - A Path For All

Excelling - A Quest For All

Giving - A Spirit For All

Current Series


Psalms has been called the “prayer book of Jesus Christ” (Bonhoeffer) and the “songs of Jesus” (T. Keller). This summer, in a sequence that seems divine, our Anchor community moves from a series which focused on rhythms of rest to a study of the Psalms. “To recognize that the Psalms call us to pray and sing at the intersections of the times--of our time and God's time, of the then, and the now, and the not yet--is to understand how those emotions are to be held within the rhythm of a life lived in God's presence.” 

Join us for more rhythmic conversations in our “Summer in the Psalms” series each Sunday worship gathering, June - August.



Historically, invoking God when answering questions about the meaning of life, how the universe came to be, and about the origin of life and humanity was widely accepted. Today, the tides have changed. We now live in an age where science is considered the only reliable source of Truth. It seems God has been on trial; His case has been ruled. Science won. God is obsolete…

Or is He?

In Anchor Boston’s DEFEND discipleship class, we’ll survey the current naturalistic and Intelligent Design theories in cosmology, biology, chemistry, philosophy, and ethics. We’ll evaluate where the preponderance of the available evidence points to. And we’ll equip you to build a solid defense for your faith in God. We believe God is still relevant when answering these big questions.

DEFEND will be held Wednesdays, August 14, 21, 28, and September 11 at 7pm via Zoom. Email to register!



We are excited to tell you about two fall retreats at Anchor.

First, our annual marriage retreat is October 18-20 in beautiful Gloucester! Cost is $225 per couple and space is limited. Our guest speakers are Shaen and Katie Marks. You will enjoy their humor and practical look at marriage, with or without kids. This retreat is an annual highlight for Anchor couples!

Second, we are SO excited about our first ever Young Adults Retreat in beautiful Singing Hills Conference Center in Plainfield, NH on November 15-17. Our guest speaker is Caleb Cole, pastor of Project Church in Sacramento. Registration for BOTH retreats begins now!

To register, you need to do two things. First, email Regan at rhardeman@anchorboston.comand let him know which retreat you are registering for. Second, make a $75 deposit before September 15 to secure your spot. When you make the deposit, designate “RETREAT” in the “other” option. Hope you can join us!”


Video Announcements

Check out what's going on at Anchor Boston in the coming weeks! Though we didn't get to gather together, we hope you had a great Sunday and were able to stay cool and hydrated!


An exciting part of our community at Anchor Church is our Crew community groups! Our crews provide a safe place explore life and faith, regardless of one’s knowledge of classic Christianity. While attending, members of a crew can expect to build strong relationships, have life-giving spiritual discussion, and experience encouragement through fellowship (always with food!) and prayer. Crews meet all over the city!

We are very excited to introduce our Fall crew lineup that begins the week of September 16. Crew offerings for this season are as follows:

South Boston Couples - Jeff Palmer & Lauren Seler

Downtown Crossing - Yannick Schenk & Jillian Kando

South End - Rob Barrett



Our next First Wednesday prayer gathering is September 4 at 7pm at 41 Berkeley Street. Jesus said “My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations.” Join us as for this monthly hour of community prayer for individual, city, national, and global needs.



On Saturday, September 28 at 10am, men are invited to join our third The Roundtable event. This group meets several times in the year to discuss topics that challenge the ways we think and live, such as politics, faith, philosophy, and more. Conversations are open and all viewpoints are welcomed. This will be a safe place for friends to learn and discover elements of faith together. We hope to see you there! Location TBA.


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Thank you to all the women who planned and attended the first REAL TALK event! Check back soon for the date and location of our next discussion together.




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